A Brief History of Tomorrow

A Brief History of Tomorrow

The Future, Past and Present

Book - 2000
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Blackwell North Amer
With Sam Goldwyn's famous saying 'Never predict anything - especially the future' firmly in mind, Jonathan Margolis begins with a chastening, and often amusing, look at the history of futurology as predicted by H. G. Wells, George Orwell, Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Hawking, and Bill Gates, among others. Margolis then takes courage in both hands and sets out to describe the world that's yet to come. Politics, society, medicine, war, home, work, travel, and space are all destined for great changes.

Publisher: London, England : Bloomsbury, 2000
Edition: ed
ISBN: 9780747550877
Characteristics: p ; cm


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